“It’s moody and atmospheric, meant exclusively for those late-night sessions, and very easy to get lost in.”
“In Flagranti prove once again that their knowledge for quality disco grooves is consummate, showing off top notch use of reminiscent samples and funky synths in new single “Double Talk”. Rigged up with a soulful, 70s era vocal and a Sunday stroll bassline, In Flagranti’s latest offering is truly timeless — a slice of dance music tied down to no trend or generation.” Nest HQ
In Flagranti return with their upcoming release, ‘Double Talk’ out on THE PLAYGROUND Records. The pair were once renowned for their tongue in cheek approach to slightly depraved, grimy and totally intoxicating nu-disco; one of their albums was even given the title “Brash and Vulgar” back in 2011. There are many waiting with baited breath to see what they’ll serve up this time around.
In keeping with the spontaneous nature of their sound, Alex Gloor and Sasa Crnobrnja have been known to be some what illusive, with their website bio once reading “These guys don’t really have a bio, they are so funny like that. Well anyway, you need to know that these are 2 Swiss cheese Muthafucka’s who re-installed their rumps in NYC in the 80’s, 90’s or whenever (they are sooo old!! heh-heh)”. The duo met in Switzerland in 1991 and since 2002 have been hopping around the globe as In Flagranti, cropping up on labels such as Kitsuné, Gomma and Erol Alkan’s Phantasy Sound and quickly becoming a unique part of the disco landscape.
Double Talk’s nostalgic disco-leaning flourishes are executed with astounding compositional skill; something that In Flagranti have been famed for. With ludicrous amounts of funk and ultra smooth vocal injections, it didn’t take long for a list of exciting artists to take the stems of the track in order to birth some remixes.
The first is from Andy Butler, otherwise known as the driving force behind Hercules and Love Affair. A more industrial rendition of the original, Butler is an expert when it comes to knowing when to build and when to drop and he does so with precision. Next up is musician and producer, Wolfram, who puts analogue rhythms at the forefront to create something more early hours orientated than its predecessors. Finally, Dinamo Azari of Azari & III takes it down a few notches, whilst maintaining that late night feel, with his moody, tech-house centric adaptation.
Listen to full single and remixes pack on Spotify here: